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Twitter Chat: Voting Rights and Accessibility
Presented by Presented in partnership with Disability Visibility Project ® November 1, 2018 - 3:00pm (PST)

Promo graphic reading: DOnet Twitter Chat. In partnership with the Disability Visibility Project. Voting Rights and Accessibility. November 1, 2018. 3:00pm Pacific. For more: Image of a Twitter bird with a Vote and a #DOnetwork speech bubble.

In partnership with the Disability Organizing (DO) Network, the Disability Visibility Project will host a Twitter chat on voting rights and accessibility for Californians with disabilities.
Please note: Everyone is welcome to participate. The conversation will be focused on voting and the California disability community. This #DOnetwork chat is non-partisan meaning we will not be asking questions about specific candidates or political parties. Please find links on the attached document below to learn how to participate in a Twitter chat if this is your first time.

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Questions for the chat
Q1. Welcome! Please introduce yourself and if you want, share where you are Tweeting from or any links about you, your work, or advocacy #DOnetwork
Q2. What is your advice to people interested in voting on how to register and learn about the different ways you can vote? #DOnetwork
Q3. What kinds of voter education, resources or outreach would you like to see for voters with disabilities in California? #DOnetwork
Q4. Have you ever experienced any barriers or difficulties when voting, registering to vote or accessing information about elections in your town or county? Please describe. #DOnetwork
Q5. What are some improvements that you would like to see in your county and the state of California on voting rights for people with disabilities? #DOnetwork
Q6. How can we advocate and help people who are in hospitals, under guardianship, or in institutions who want to vote? How can we help people who need a ride or other forms of assistance? #DOnetwork
Q7. How do we work as a community to increase the disability vote? #DOnetwork
Q8. If you are planning to vote next week, what are some important reminders you want to share with others about voting, and what to do if a problem occurs? #DOnetwork

Type: Social Media Chat

Invitation: Everyone

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Welcome to the Disability Organizing Network (DOnetwork) website! The DOnetwork calls to action the California Disability Communities and allies, through community organizing, advocacy, education, leadership development and coalition building to effect systems change in local, state and national issues.

The CFILC Disability Organizing Network is a statewide disability advocacy network of 28 Independent Living Centers and the communities they serve. In each center there is a full time staff person devoted to increasing civic participation through community organizing, education and advocacy around issues that affect the Disability Communities.